TIG Welding - tungsten inert gas welding
- can be used on a range of different materials including alloyed and unalloyed steels, stainless steels, copper and copper alloys, aluminium and its alloys as well as magnesium and its alloys.
assigned to the aircraft intermediate maintenance department at Naval Air Station Sigonella, performs tungsten inert gas welding
during a training evolution.
The pounds 250,000 investment has already led to three new appointments in order to operate the tungsten inert gas welding
equipment which will enable Express to line pipes, used for oil and gas extraction, with corrosive resistant nickel alloys.
However, most of the welding industry seems to call it TIG for Tungsten Inert Gas welding
Predication and optimization of pulsed current tungsten inert gas welding
parameter to attain maximum tensile strength in AZ61A magnesium alloy, Mater.